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Review: Scribblenauts Unlimited

The problem with a game like Scribblenauts is that the promise of boundless freedom comes with strict boundaries. A game that promises you can conjure any item in existence to solve puzzles can be broken pretty simply in a world without rul...

 
 
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Mega64: Selling ONE PERSON on Scribblenauts Unlimited

Judging from the opening, it looked like Shawn somehow already owned Scribblenauts Unlimited on 3DS, so 5th Cell co-founder and Scribblenauts creator Jeremiah Slaczka was just wasting his time. Either way, it's always fun to see industry f...

 
 
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Scribblenauts Unlimited for Wii U has Nintendo characters

Exclusive to the Wii U version of Scribblenauts Unlimited are characters and items from Mario and The Legend of Zelda, as shown above. But you already knew that, didn't you? Either way, the fun is in seeing these characters drawn in the Scr...

 
 
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FREE: Scribblenauts REMIX is Starbucks' Pick of the Week

Want a free download of 5TH Cell's Scribblenauts REMIX for your iOS device? Head to Starbucks and pick up one of the free promo cards there to download this week's Pick of the Week. Scribblenauts REMIX is normally $5, so maybe you coul...

 
 
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Review: Hybrid

Third-person shooters are a dime a dozen. From games like Gears of War to the recent Spec Ops: The Line, cover tends to play heavily into the combat, but you'd be hard pressed to find one that fully revolves around cover as not only the tac...

 
 
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Hybrid removed from Xbox Live Arcade due to server issues

[Update: 5th Cell dropped us a line to let us know that the server problems have now been resolved and Hybrid will be available again on Xbox Live Arcade tonight stating that they, "expect a smooth gameplay experience from here on...

 
 
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5th Cell: Wii U definitely more powerful than 360/PS3

5th Cell CEO Jeremiah Slaczka is frustrated with the console war and the way in which systems are ranked according to power. Nevertheless, he has stated that the Wii U is definitely more powerful than either the Xbox 360 or PlayStation...

 
 
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Scribblenauts Unlimited has a big, fat... dig

Here's a quick look a Scribblenauts Unlimited. It feels like the game will truly let you create whatever you want, however you want. There is an object editor, a huge array of recognized adjectives and nouns, and a handy auto-correct syste...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Hybrid beta code RIGHT NOW!

[Update: Contest over! Check your PMs in the next hour if you were one of the first 50!] We got to play 5th Cell's new XBLA game Hybrid earlier this week, and what we saw really impressed us! The sci-fi shooter features a unique b...

 
 
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Preview: A fresh take on cover-based warfare with Hybrid

Historically, 5th Cell is a company known for fun and incredibly innovative games that skew towards a younger audience, such as the surprisingly deep Lock's Quest and the award-winning and beloved Super Scribblenauts (both for the Nintendo ...

 
 
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Hybrid looks a little nuts in this developer video

5th Cell has shared a developer walkthrough video detailing its new multiplayer shooter, Hybrid. If you were expecting a generic Gears of War clone from the usually innovative studio, you're in for a surprise. Hybrid has the look and feel ...

 
 
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5th Cell's Hybrid due this summer, looking sharp

5th Cell will be releasing its first 3D console game on Xbox Live Arcade this summer, having pushed back the game to give it extra polishing. A new trailer went out today, which you can view above. Based on feedback from early players, 5th...

 
 
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Scribblenauts comes to iOS as Scribblenauts Remix

Cult hit DS game Scribblenauts has made its way to the iOS platform as Scribblenauts Remix. Costing $4.99, it features forty of the best levels from both Scribblenauts and Super Scribblenauts, plus ten iOS-exclusive challenges.  Scribb...

 
 
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Warner Bros registers 'Scribblenauts Remix' domain

The Scribblenauts franchise has been fairly successful for Warner Bros. Interactive and developer 5th Cell so it stands to reason that the series would continue. Warner Bros has registered a site domain for something called "Scribblenauts R...

 
 
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5th Cell's Hybrid delayed back to 2012

Scribblenauts developer 5th Cell has pushed back the release window for its upcoming shooter Hybrid. The studio says it wants to turn the XBLA game into "something great", so it's taking extra time to really pour the quality in.  Accor...

 
 
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First screenshots for 5th Cell's shooter Hybrid

Scribblenauts maker 5th Cell is departing from the DS to create Hybrid, an Xbox LIVE Arcade-bound third-person shooter. A full reveal for the game will be happening next month at GDC 2011, but for the time being, we have some warm-up inform...

 
 
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5th Cell: 3DS is 'cooler' than Kinect, Move

Scribblenauts creative director Jeremiah Slaczka has stuck his oar into the "next-gen-but-not-really" wave of gimmickry, assessing that Nintendo's upcoming 3DS is a cooler prospect than either Microsoft's Kinect or the PlayStation Move...

 
 
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Homicidal houses: Super Scribblenauts' ESRB summary

It's been a while since we got a good laugh from those ever-delightful ESRB rating summaries. What better game to get back into it than Super Scribblenauts? Enjoy this edited-for-space version in all of its "corpse-eating bike" glory: "By a...

 
 
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Super Scribblenauts art depicts a windsurfing werewolf

The promise of better controls and adjectives in Super Scribblenauts has many of us eagerly awaiting any and all news on the sequel, which -- do I even need to remind you? -- shouldn't be much of a wait given E3. As with the original Scribb...

 
 
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Scribblenauts wishes you a Merry Christmas

It's December, and you know what means -- fun Christmas pictures from videogame companies! It would seem that Scribblenauts is the first to observe this industry tradition, sending us a lovely little picture of Maxwell and Santa. D'awwwwr.&...

 
 
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5th Cell wishes you a happy Halloween with some art

It's happened. I now know Scribblenauts more for its cute art than the actual DS game itself. In anticipation of tomorrow's festivities, developer 5th Cell sent over an awesome Halloween wallpaper. Unless you have the world's tiniest comput...

 
 




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